Mohsin Raza Khan, FLT E-Learning Supervisor, delivered a seminar on how to use the QM rubric when designing, implementing, and proctoring an E-Learning Course. The foundation of the workshop focused on the Eight General Standards he applied to the ENG 011 Intensive English Course. He received recognition in this course for meeting the rubric standards with the International Quality Matters (QM) Peer Review Board. The eight topic areas focused on are listed below.
The Eight General Standards:
- Course Overview and Introduction
- Learning Objectives (Competencies)
- Assessment and Measurement
- Instructional Materials
- Course Activities and Learner Interaction
- Course Technology
- Learner Support
- Accessibility and Usability
Mr. Mohsin also covered the various issues of alignment and explained what alignment means in your course. Please see information on alignment listed below.
What is Alignment?
Critical course components - Learning Objectives (2), Assessment and Measurement (3), Resources and Materials (4), Learner Engagement (5), and Course Technology (6) - work together to ensure that students achieve the desired learning outcomes. When aligned, each of these course components is directly tied to and supports the learning objectives. Specific Review Standards included in alignment are indicated in the Rubric Annotations.
Lastly, he illustrated the various experiences he obtained as a Certified Master Reviewer with the International Quality Matters(QM) Peer Review Board.
Source: Faculty of Languages and Translation
Multimedia Contribution: MD Sirajul Islam